Bihar and Jharkhand were once a single state before they bifurcated in November 2000. But there remains a lot of parallels – some pleasant ones and some unpleasant.
The exposé of a few ‘toppers’ brought a bad name to Bihar’s education system.
That was his dig at Bihar’s education system. But now Das himself may have to answer a few things about the education system in Jharkhand.
#WATCH: Students appearing for class 11th examination in Dumka’s (Jharkhand) RS Mor College, seen sitting in groupshttps://t.co/rVwVaP7PjB — ANI (@ANI_news) July 13, 2016
#WATCH: Students appearing for class 11th examination in Dumka’s (Jharkhand) RS Mor College, seen sitting in groupshttps://t.co/rVwVaP7PjB
— ANI (@ANI_news) July 13, 2016
Reports say that more than 100 students were sitting too close to each other during the exams conducted on July 9.
Benches meant for two students accommodated four to five examinees.
“I cannot see anyone cheating” was the response of one of the professors according to ANI. Though students were seen with bags and mobile phones during their examination, the professor said that they were not allowed inside the campus.
Following the Ruby Rai case, Bihar School Education Board (BSEB) chief Lalkeshwar Singh and his wife were arrested in with several others.
Rai, too, was arrested along with three other toppers after failing a re-test.